I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 149
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
Fei Yi felt that he was wronged very much.
Around twenty minutes later, he followed Gu Heng and the two of them in a circle in the two or three rooms at the back of the hallway. As a result, when he came back, the eyes of the evil god who was waiting in the living room for himself changed.
He changed his previous attitude of not putting them in his eyes at all. His hearty smile disappeared without a trace, and he didn’t even bother to do it on the surface. It turned into an undisguised sarcasm, and he scanned him coldly from top to bottom several times. He seemed to be fussing about something.
Being stared at by him was like having a basin of cold water pour over from his head. After all, he was still a young man. Fei Yi, who had already decided to behave himself, almost didn’t even dare to breathe.
No, it should be explained that it was just an NPC…
Fei Yi thought with cold sweat.
Why was he so panicked?
Geng Qinghe’s scalp also prickled. He looked at Lin You as if asking for help, but the latter also couldn’t figure it out.
Gu Heng’s eyelids twitched. The three of them were all looked at, but the other side immediately seemed to be okay, and then he hung up a smirk that couldn’t be more obvious. It looked the same as before, but the tone was not the same.
“I’m leaving,” Nyar’s voice almost squeezed out between his teeth, especially the last words, “Goodbye.”
His performance looked like an unexplained anger to the others. After he disappeared, Lin You looked at Jian Mingjia inexplicably, “What happened to him?”
Jian Mingjia: “…”
Why are you asking me?
She also wanted to say who provoked this man again.
Lin You didn’t want her to really answer. If she didn’t even know why, who was more familiar with Nyarlathotep, it would be even more impossible for others.
“Forget it. Maybe it’s that time of the month,” she sighed and asked herself, “Let him rest and drink more hot water.”
At that time, she didn’t expect that the silence would be quiet until the end of the instance.
The plot went smoothly. Geng Qinghe found a portable lamp in a bedroom. With the light, they could see exactly what was hidden in the cellar below.
Besides music boxes, film rolls, and ping-pong balls, they also found a diary that recorded how the little girl’s family believed in a cult and how the family broke down.
Lin You also understood the situation at this point.
What they were facing now was what the protagonist in “The Cabin in the Woods” faces. Everything in the cellar was a key item that could activate the corresponding monster.
The background of the story was that a certain ancient giant was sleeping in the earth, and every year they had to sacrifice five people in a predetermined order to appease him. The research institute behind the scenes brought them here, waiting for them to trigger the corresponding monster to complete the sacrifice.
Therefore, Lin You decisively did a shocking thing.
…She packed all these things and took them away.
The scene of many monsters running desperately behind the powered off-road vehicle was too spectacular, spectacular enough to match the last Night Walk of One Hundred Ghosts.
The research institute that tinkered with all of this behind the scenes never thought that someone would play cards so unreasonably. The researchers gathered in front of the monitor screen. Even if they did not sit in the back seat like Fei Yi and watch the live version, they would follow him. The same was shocked and his jaw dropped.
They didn’t have time to take as many remedial measures as they should. They just saw that the off-road vehicle made a sudden stop before the huge light screen used to intercept and disguise the outside world.
The car couldn’t break through the huge electronic screen, but it couldn’t bear to chase a group of them behind. The group of monsters did not stop, and the result of all of them rushing up was that the screen was directly crushed.
Why the hell did they still have this kind of operation??!
Some people had forgotten the glasses that fell down and just watched the off-road vehicle riding away in the night and had also abducted a group of monsters kept by their research institute.
… The original victim had become the biggest winner of this sacrifice.
In addition to this, the only person who could feel a little bit of comfort may only be the banker—whenever this happened, the research institute would open a gambling game, and no one expected the result this time. The banker made a lot of money.
But what was the use of this? A pile of stock was gone!
Compared with the wailing on this end, the other end could be regarded as complacent.
—Another bumper harvest.
The players didn’t need to consider other consequences. As long as they survived the sacrifice, it was equivalent to passing the level.
Lin You smiled and counted the cards that had been collected, but at the same time, the sense of violation that had always haunted her clearly emerged.
It seemed that a certain evil god had never appeared again this time.
Didn’t he always enjoy this kind of scene?
Relating to his behavior before returning, Lin You thought that she was afraid that he was really angry.
She was puzzled, and now that the arrangement was over, she simply took off her helmet and quit the game.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
After accepting the cooperation with the officials, Lin You had suddenly become busy every day when she only used the relaxing holidays to play games. In addition to occasional live events, she had to contact her local offline branch from time to time.
The time flickered for a week and a half. During the live broadcasts, the comments also asked where the Cthulhu had gone.
Lin You brought this topic with a smile, but in fact she didn’t even know the answer—he never showed up, and she occasionally called the card by name and never saw him.
She knew that Nyarlathotep was different from other cards early on. Although she understood, she couldn’t help but wonder at what time it would be finished.
In a blink of an eye, it was the busiest time before school started, and she was ready to go back to school.
She and Jian Mingjia grew up together. They were not in the same university but they were in the same city. They even booked double tickets.
After the large and small bags were checked, the two of them went through the security check and confirmed where to wait for the boarding passes.
“…Damn,” Jian Mingjia rolled her eyes as soon as she opened her bag, “I forgot to charge my tablet last night, what will I do on the plane?”
Lin You yawned, “Go back to sleep.”
She had her blindfold ready.
The two of them took an early morning flight, which they moved to an earlier date. There were not many people in the entire terminal, and in the two rows of seats beside the boarding gate, there were only the two of them.
Jian Mingjia said no right away. She put the handbag on the seat and took some money from her purse and walked away, “Wait here and watch my back. I’ll go over there and see if there is a magazine or something.”
Lin You replied absent-mindedly, holding the bag to her side, and squinting her eyes again as she heard the footsteps go away.
She didn’t wake up too much, and the bumpy ride made her drowsy. Although she deliberately controlled herself not to fall asleep before boarding the plane, her consciousness was inevitably a little hazy. At this moment, she seemed to hear Jian Mingjia coming back from behind.
A clear thought flashed through her head.
This voice didn’t sound like—
The strange premonition came from somewhere, Lin You suddenly turned her head back—
She met the person’s eyes.
After a few seconds of silence, the stranger smiled.
His features were handsome, and his appearance was recognizable in the crowd. He had a friendly smile. She just felt it was wrong.
As if to enliven the atmosphere, the other party took the initiative to speak.
“You guys are also on—” He glanced at the scrolling text on the electronic screen, “This plane?”
“Don’t worry, I don’t mean anything else.”
Seeing Lin You’s vigilance, he said lightly: “It’s just that everyone is here so early, it’s destiny.”
Even if he said that, the suspicion in Lin You’s eyes had not been eliminated. The strange feeling became more and more obvious in her eyes, and she asked without any hesitation: “Who the hell—”
There was no need for her to say the remaining two words. The other party had already raised his eyebrows first.
The smile turned into the arc she was accustomed to seeing, and the expression in his eyes was also familiar.
He said lightly: “I’m just who you think.”
There was no need to point it out deliberately anymore. Both sides knew it.
It was not an NPC, nor any other identity, but a genuine Three Pillar God.
Lin You was stunned.
She felt shocked, but it was probably due to her nature, and it was not as difficult as she imagined to accept it.
On the contrary, in less than half a minute, her thinking diverged for no reason.
No wonder he said “I’ll just come out if you think of me” at that time, and intuitively told her something was wrong, although the consequences of this were not quite right—
This meant that the game was real…
It was a bit exciting.
The world was still functioning normally as she recognized it, but in a sense, it was no longer the “daily life” she was accustomed to. There was still a seat between the two of them, and Nyarlathotep was standing behind her. Lin You glanced at the strange face subconsciously, and the latter snorted clearly.
“The previous avatar was too conspicuous here,” Lin You saw his face blur for a moment between his hands—but only for less than half a second, “You could say I changed it.”
Lin You thought that this was also quite conspicuous now, but there were too few people at the airport now.
She considered her words, “What the hell are you…”
“Let it go.”
Nyarlathotep stopped the conversation. He didn’t want to explain so much at all, such as how he made a decision, and how he worked hard to accumulate strength in advance—
During this time, there was no time to visit the game, but somehow he really came here before the implementation of his so-called plan.
Thinking of this, he actually gritted his teeth a bit.
“What you said back then,” he said, “I heard everything.”
Lin You blinked.
She reacted for a long time, and finally remembered what she said to Jian Mingjia in the cellar that day—
His tone was casual.
“I do have a recommended candidate.”
In the darkness, it seemed that there was a vague premonition, and the shadows that drifted by when she asked that day finally showed signs of overlap.
Lin You smiled suddenly, she leaned back in the chair and raised her head halfway, “For example?”
Nyar put his hands on the edge of the seat, lowered his body, and leaned close to her ears.
With a little deceptive temptation that belonged exclusively to the evil god, he said, “Me.”[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]